Diversion program that accepted Rice rare for those charged with domestic violence assaults
The Baltimore Arena will get a new name if Baltimore's Board of Estimates approves a $1.25 million deal with Royal Farms.
A look at the baseball math as both the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles are on the verge of clinching their respective divisions.
Opening up about a hidden condition.
Baltimore mayor cancels Monday appearances after hospital trip for respiratory infection
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was brought to the hospital Saturday night after suffering from shortness of breath.
PERSONALITY OF THE WEEK: Quiet Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti in spotlight with Ray Rice case
Ray Rice attends high school football game with his wife in NYC suburbs
Suspect arrested in Baltimore County stabbing that left a man critically injured
Obama says fight against Islamic State group is focusing Muslim world on extremism
When the Blue Angels are doing their diamond rolls and delta break-outs, they can't afford distractions.
Medical examiner rules Towson University student's death accidental
In a region where everything from gas to groceries seems more expensive, one thing is ranking among the least expensive in the nation: car insurance.
Goodell tells teams that law enforcement declined to let NFL see video of Ray Rice fight
As questions arise about Rice inquiry, Goodell says no one at NFL saw video until this week
Tall ships arrive in Baltimore's harbor for the Star-Spangled Banner's 200th anniversary
Author and domestic violence survivor Leslie Morgan Steiner talks to WTOP about what its like to be an abuse victim and how the Ray Rice video could change the nation's perception and response to domestic violence.
Ravens fans and businesses that carry the team's official gear are quickly unloading Ray Rice jerseys and other items after the running back was seen on surveillance footage punching his fiancée and knocking her out.
O'Malley to talk about new information about EARN Maryland program
A man who prosecutors say defrauded religious-based groups out of money they paid for donations that never materialized has been sentenced to six years in prison.
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